Michael Foust : Apr 29, 2021 Christian Headlines
"Court-packing is a direct assault on the independence of the judiciary. Other countries have done this, with disastrous results. Americans recognize that court-packing is a brazen power-play by political extremists to overthrow our court system." -Kelly Shackelford, president and chief counsel of First Liberty Institute
[ChristianHeadlines.com] A majority of registered voters in the United States oppose adding seats to the US Supreme Court, according to a new survey that also found bipartisan resistance to the idea. (Image: Pixabay)
The survey by Mason-Dixon found that 68 percent of registered voters, including 90 percent of Republicans, 68 percent of independents and 47 percent of Democrats, oppose the idea of "court-packing." The question noted that the Supreme Court has had nine justices for more than 150 years and that court-packing is "generally defined as increasing the number of Supreme Court seats, primarily to alter the ideological balance of the court"... See what else the survey found, continue reading here. Click Here For More Information...